Saturday, October 1, 2011

Thailand Round-Up and October Destination

Welcome to our Thailand Round-Up!

First up we have a colorful dish of New Potato, Cauliflower, Chickpea and Green Bean Thai Curry with a Cucumber and Coriander Salsa from Janet at the taste space.  What a great start!


Next up is another wonderful dish from Janet, a bowl of Thai Coconut Corn Stew, yum! It looks so warm and comforting. 


Our third entry is from a new traveler, Shaheen at Allotment 2 Kitchen, welcome!   Shaheen made Yellow Curry Cabbage with Mushrooms, it looks delicious!  Thanks for sharing :)


And finally, over at Nummy Kitchen, I tried my hand at some Thai Curry Noodles with Tofu, which turned out to be a perfect lunch!


Not a big round-up this time but a huge thank you to everyone who participated!  All of the dishes look wonderful!

Janet at the taste space has suggested Korea as our October destination, doesn't that sound fun?  So please make a Korean dish and post a link to your creation as a comment on this post by October 31st.  New members are always welcome, just jump right in with a Korean dish if you would like :) I can't wait to see what flavors we come up with, these round-ups always provide so much cooking inspiration to me and I hope they do for you as well.

If anyone has any country suggestions, please post them as a comment.  We are always looking for new countries to visit!

Take care,


janet @ the taste space said...

Lovely round-up, as usual. Korea is new to me but I have an idea of what I want to make already... yum! :)

janet @ the taste space said...

Here is my Korean dish:


Shaheen said...

Thank you so much for hosting. Looking forward to making a Korean dish soon.

TeaLady said...

Good round-up. sorry I missed the trip to Thailand. Maybe Korea!!??

janet @ the taste space said...

In case we don't get any other suggestions.. how about Tunisia for November? We haven't been there yet. :)

Anonymous said...

I've made bulgogi, my first ever Korean dish!

Peggy said...

Here is my Korean entry. I've never made anything from Korea. Fun!